• Released
  • May 20, 2011
  • (Limited 5/20, Expands 6/3, Wide 6/10)
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 34 min
  • Comedy
Midnight in Paris Synopsis
A young engaged couple forced to confront the illusion that a life different from their own is better.
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Movie Reviews

Midnight in Paris Review

By Derrick Deane
Woody Allen is back. This is without a doubt his best comedic work in a good ten, fifteen years. Mind you, he did have that brief spell where he turned into a dramatic filmmaker but thankfully, with...


By yeshka14
Woody Allen is back! We smiled throughout the entire movie - love, love, loved it!...

Odd but interesting

By mualam
I liked the premise of the story and how wilson carried it through but was quite surprised by the other characters and their place in the story. regardless its a good watch!...

Do not see if you will never be able to go to Paris.

By cfguthoff
I'm pretty sure 98% of the audience exclaims "Let's go to Paris!" after seeing this movie. I know I did. A charming story about idolizing the past, and learning to accept and enjoy your present. ...

In the moody for whimsy?

By SoloRojoTito
I will not write a plot synopsis. I will state simply that this was a sweet tale of a middle-aged man who is a bit lost and finds inspiration in reliving the past with his literary and artistic...

Saw it twice! Can't wait to add it to my personal collection!

By joquee
I rarely pay to see a movie twice in theaters but I couldn't help myself with Midnight in Paris! Although I do not think it will get an invite to the Academy Awards I do considerate a must see! ...

Romantic, fun, cultural and intellectual as well!

By fan87
I love the movie! It brought back my souvenir of Paris. The beginning snapshots of street life in Paris quickly lure the audience into the romantic setting and bring out the main theme of the move....

Romantic and insightful

By RandytheMovieFan
This is an antidote for those thinking the grass is always greener somewhere else, an insight into the mysteries of love and attraction, and an adoring poem to the city of Paris, complete with the...

Classic Woody Allen movie... without the humour

By bethess
Now, I'm not saying this movie is not funny. It is! It has many moments of awkward humour marking it certainly as a Woody Allen film, but Midnight in Paris has a stronger bent to real human emotion...

A Beautiful Time

By popcorn_soda
After watching this film I feel shamefully ignorant of classic art and literature. It's refreshing to know there are people today who can speak the languages of art and romance. Something inside...

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Rated PG-13 | For For some sexual references and smoking
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Jaunty romcom mines adult themes of marriage and career.
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